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Jayden Fischer

Year 9 Health & PE


Drugs & Alcohol/ Food and Nutrition

Health Unit Plan


Title of Unit / Big Idea Drugs & Alcohol/ Food and Nutrition Year 9
Curriculum Area Health and Physical Activity Time Frame 8 weeks
Developed By Jayden Fischer
Identify Desired Results (Stage 1)
Content Descriptions
Australian Curriculum Content Descriptions:
Personal, Social and Community Health.

Being healthy, safe and active: Propose, practice and evaluate responses in situations where external influences may impact on their
ability to make healthy and safe choices (ACPPS092).
Communicating and interacting for health and wellbeing: Critically analyse and apply health information from a range of sources to
health decisions and situations (ACPPS095).

Student Achievement Standards


Understand:
Students will understand the impact of illicit substances.
Students will understand the importance of healthy eating.

Know:
Students will know the scientific and street names of a number of illicit substances, as well as statistics, effects and societal impact
of these substances.
Students will know various foods and which stage of the Healthy Eating Pyramid they fit into.

Be Able To:

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Students will be able to make informed decisions in situations arising from illicit substances.
Students will be able to create a healthy eating plan suited to their daily lives.

Assessment Evidence (Stage 2)


Performance Task Description
Illicit Substances Presentation Students are required to select an illicit substance they already know, or one
from a list provided to research. From the worksheet provided, students must find certain information on their
Assessment Task 1
illicit substance of choice. The students will be required to use internet-bearing devices for the basis of their
Appendix B
research. Students will then be required to convert the researched information into a form that can be presented
to the class in a number of different ways.

Nutrition Diary & Meal Plan Students are required to record their daily intake of food for a week in a diary. After
Assessment Task 2 analysis and further research, students will be then be required to produce a healthy eating meal planner over the
same period.

Other Evidence
Class Participation
Group Work Mind maps, Healthy Eating Pyramid task.
Learning Plan (Stage 3)
Illicit Substances

Week 1 YEAR 9 CAMP

Week 2 NAPLAN

Week 3 Introduction

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Introduce illicit substances.


What are they?
What are they used for?
Show video.

Quiz
Students will undertake a short quiz to be used as pre-assessment.
Quiz on illicit substances.
Use Day Map quiz.
Appendix A

Mind Map
Students create a mind map in table groups to show prior understanding of illicit
substances.
Revisit what a mind map is if necessary.
Start with Illicit Substances in the middle and branch out from there.
Created in table groups.
Each group shows the class what they have created.

Illicit Substance Journal


Explain Journal.
Show example of journal.
Get students to create journal on PowerPoint or Word.

Week 4 Illicit Substance Presentation


Introduce students to Illicit Substance Presentation Class.
Split class into readiness groups.
Explain task.
Direct to worksheet on Day Map

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Week 5 Illicit Substance Presentation


Students present findings on Illicit Substances.
Record each presentation in Journal

Use practical single if necessary to complete presentations.


Food and Nutrition

Week 6 Introduction
Student discussion of prior knowledge of food and nutrition.
Define nutrition & diet

Nutrition Diary
Students will create a diary to record what they eat each day for 1 weeks.
Record 3 main meals per day, plus snacks.
Use PowerPoint or Word.

Week 7 Healthy Eating Pyramid


Introduction to healthy eating pyramid.
Healthy eating pyramid exercise.
Groups put foods into each section.
Reassessment.

Nutrition Diary
Students will review their journal.
Students will reflect and comment on their eating habits and food choices
evident in diary.

Use single lesson for theory.

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Week 8 Meal Plan


Students will create a meal plan, based on their reflection from their Nutrition Diary.
Create a week long meal plan.
Make informed decisions based on what students have learned.
Meal Plan can be created on Excel, PowerPoint or Word.

Appendix A - Pre-Assessment Quiz


Name:
In your own words, define what a drug is. Name 3 illicit substances. If you can, provide the street
name of these substances.

1.

2.

3.

What impact can illicit substances have on an individual? What impact can illicit substances have on a community?

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In which ways do you learn best? What presentation methods do you like to use? Tick the
relevant boxes.

Speech
PowerPoint Presentation
Poster
Video Presentation
Prezi Presentation
Other (please specify) _________________.

Appendix B - Worksheet

Illicit Substance Presentation


Step 1 Working in groups of 3 select an illicit substance to RESEARCH the
internet.

You may select your own substance (with approval from me), or you can
select one from the following list. First in, first served.

Amphetamines
Cannabis
Cocaine
Ecstasy
Heroin
Ketamine
LSD
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Magic Mushrooms
Tobacco

Step 2
FIND the following information related to your illicit substance.
PART 1 PART 2 PART 3
Name: Alternative Name/s: REFERING to the Socioecological Model in
the following link, comment on the implications of
Common form (liquid/pill/powder/plant): Implications on the COMMUNITY: illicit substances on each level of the model.
Acute effects on an INDIVIDUAL: Implications on SOCIETY: http://www.balancedweightmanagement.com/Soc
io-Ecological%20Model.jpg
Chronic effects on an INDIVIDUAL: What are the CRIMINAL implications for:
Possession:
Dealing:

PRESENT your findings to the rest of class, selecting one of the


following modes to do so.
Step 3
PowerPoint Presentation
Information Brochure
Video Presentation
Poster
Prezi Presentation

CRITERIA CHECKLIST:
Your presentation MUST contain all of the information researched
above.
Each person MUST speak.
Presentation MUST go for a minimum of 2 minutes.

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Step 4
As students present their findings, you must RECORD the results in your book for your own benefit.

Name:

Alternative Name/s:

Common form (liquid/pill/powder/plant):

Acute effects on an INDIVIDUAL:

Chronic effects on an INDIVIDUAL:

What are the CRIMINAL implications for:


Possession:
Dealing:

Implications on the COMMUNITY:

Implications on SOCIETY:

Implications on POLICY: